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JEE MAINS 2018 Analysis

The JEE Mains offline exam was conducted on 8th April 2018. The paper was of a moderate to difficult level. Reviews from students were mixed. Some felt that the exam had a difficulty level which was similar to that of the past 2–3 years. Others thought it was slightly tough as compared to the previous years. Here’s our subject-wise and topic-wise analysis to rule out possible confusion JEE

JEE Mains Physics Paper Analysis 2018

• Questions were both theory and calculative based.
• Again, questions from Mechanics dominated the paper. About 10–12 questions were related to Mechanics alone.
• Surprisingly, Modern Physics questions were the toughest this year.
• All of the 10–13 questions of Physics could have been easily solved with a good grasp of NCERT concepts of Class 11  and 12.
 Topic Number of Questions Wave Optics 2 (Polarisation Concept) Modern Physics 3 (Tough) Error and Measurement 1 Circular Motion 2 Magnetic Field 2 EM Waves 1

JEE Mains Chemistry Paper Analysis 2018

• The Chemistry section was a bit tricky this year according to most candidates.
• Questions were from Class 11 and 12, and were almost equal from both.
• Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry combined had an 80% weightage of questions.
• 10–12 Questions were easy and up to the NCERT level only.
• Number of questions from certain topics:
 Topic Number of Questions Defects 1 Name Reactions 1 Chemical Bonding 1 Acids and Bases 3 Rate of Reaction and Exothermic Reaction 2

JEE Mains Maths Paper Analysis 2018

• This year too the Maths section was lengthy.
• Questions were moderate to difficult.
• The weightage for Class 11 Maths was huge.
• About 20 questions were from Class 11, so students with a strong base of mathematical concepts taught in Class 11 seemed confident of getting a good score here.
• Only 10 questions were from Class 12, which was a bit of a surprise for many students.
 Topic Number of Questions Algebra 8–10 Calculus 4 Trigonometry 3 Conic Section 3

JEE Mains Cut offs 2018 :

Here’s the predicted cut offs for 2018 for each category of candidates:

 Category 2018 (Prediction) 2017 GN 88–97 81 OBC 47–55 49 ST 34–38 32 SC 25–32 27

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